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TAS Country : April 28th 2011
18 Tasmanian Country Friday, April 29, 2011 Posties and opera singers in tune with rural Australia AUSTRALIA Post is part of the fabric of Australian life. Through its people, products, ser- vices and community investment, Australia Post contributes to every- day life and business success across the nation. The role of Australia Post in the community as a valued and trusted service provider extends beyond the products and services it offers. The service is committed to a community investment approach that contributes to the education of young Australians, supports en- vironmental programs and sustains rural and regional communities. Australia Post retail outlets form the largest physical retail network in the nation. With more than 4415 retail outlets, including 2500 in rural and remote areas, Australia Post plays an important role in connect- ing regional and remote parts of Australia. It supports a broad range of initiatives that reach communities right across the nation. Two initiatives Australia Post is proud to support are Oz Opera and Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal. A major investment is the princi- pal sponsorship of Oz Opera, the touring arm of Opera Australia. Continuing on from its successful tour in 2008-09, Oz Opera's pro- duction of Madame Butterfly was performed in 21 regional and sub- urban locations in 2010 and 29 locations in 2009 across the Aust- ralian Capital Territory, Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia, reaching nearly 14,000 people through workshops. Since 2005, Australia Post has partnered with the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal to pro- vide the Stretching the Envelope program. The program offered grants of up to $1000 to community groups in Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales that supported youth, edu- cation, arts and culture in rural and regional communities. Through the program, Australia Post donated $33,000 in grants to community groups in 2009-10 ($70,000 in 2008-09). Australia Post has sup- ported Agfest for 18 years. 402 Fourth Ave 2011 TAMING THE WILDTM dealers. Available for selected chainsaw models only: 445e,445e TrioBrakeTM, 450e, 455R & 460 EE e ofa hainsaw* $7 445e CHAINSAW 45.7cc - 16" - 5.1kg NLY $86 F i ed HUSQ A NA S e i i e e 1800 006 037 ie pper Burnie owers e ower ower H c ougall s ower uipment e aunceston ower & hainsaw 236 CHAINSAW . cc - 14" - 4.7kg -Tor engine - delivers more power, lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emissions. h r $2 * efers to model 6, onl while stoc s last. vaila le at participating dealers. Gr t h c v t t t t 2011 - t 733 M de f fe i P e ed Tr r r $22 * efers to model C, onl while stoc s last. vaila le at participating dealers. 122C IMME 1.7cc - 5 - 4.4kg mart tart - educes resistance in the starter cord up to 40%, so the machine starts quic l with minimum effort. Grab your Mercury Goodies Bag at the Tasmanian Country site 402 - 410 Fourth Ave (next to Central Arena) Packed full of value SPECIAL OFFER MERCURY GOODIES BAG e A bargain at only
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